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Life During COVID-19: The Importance of Naming a Health Care Proxy

The world is currently in the midst of a pandemic that has suddenly altered daily life in ways never before seen by recent generations. Millions of people around the globe are currently restricted to their homes absent necessary trips into the public, hundreds of thousands of people have been infected with what is commonly known as Coronavirus,

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Divorce and Federal Taxes

With April 15, 2020, Tax Day, only weeks away, and in consideration of the government directives surrounding COVID-19, the federal tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15, 2020, with no penalty for filing on or before July 15, 2020. Currently, the IRS is still open and carrying out day-to-day functions,

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Protect your credit after your divorce

It is not uncommon for parties to agree to allocate responsibility for marital debt as part of their divorce agreement, including credit cards, auto loans, tax debts, among others. However, while the divorce agreement is enforceable between the parties, creditors, including the IRS, do not recognize or honor individual divorce agreements.

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The Marriage Story

Over the weekend I saw the movie “The Marriage Story”. The movie begins with a couple attending mediation where they tell each other everything they loved about the other person. For anyone who has attended mediation, this is not the usual way to begin. Mediation is usually about looking forward.

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